Supper Club Los Angeles, following the lead of the concept's original location in Amsterdam, is a new Hollywood venue that aims to blend visual, musical, theatrical, and culinary experiences. The space is a hybrid restaurant, club, theater, and gallery, and its blank-canvas feel makes it especially customizable for events.
Le Foyer Noir is a reception area with a bar, restroom, and smoking patio access. Just behind it, Le Bar Rouge holds 150 guests, with a 30-foot bar, lounge-style seating, and a high-end sound system. La Salle Neige, the main area, holding 350 guests, with an elevated stage, 400-square-foot dance floor, two full bars, and flexible seating. Together with Le Bar Rouge, the space holds 585 guests. The two spaces can be booked separately or together for events. Or the entire venue is available for buyout for 800.
Philip Solomon, entertainment producer and president of Way 2 Much Entertainment, is the venue's show director, responsible for coordinating and directing a range of performing and visual artists. Entertainment can be customized to match an event's purpose.
Chef Guus Wickenhagen worked at the Amsterdam location for seven years, and later helmed the stoves in San Francisco and London. He uses farmer's market ingredients, and can customize a menu for events.
Supper Club is in the 13,500-square-foot historic Vogue Theater, built in 1934. Early events in the space have included a pajama party for the Buzz Girls, the all-female entertainment- and event-executive networking group, last week.